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Community Partners Strengthen CCR Career Fair

The Division of College and Career Readiness (CCR) at Edgecombe Community College recently held its annual Career Fair on the Rocky Mount campus. College and Career Readiness students from the Tarboro campus and seven CCR off-site locations also attended. In addition, a record number of community partners from area organizations participated. Through this annual event, […]

Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Scholarships

Thirty-six teams played in the Edgecombe Community College Foundation’s 31st Annual Golf Tournament held September 15 at Maccripine Country Club. The tournament is the largest fundraiser for student scholarships held by the college. “It was a beautiful day, the players enjoyed themselves, the volunteers were tremendous, and much money was made for scholarships,” says Karen […]

Make Holiday Plans with ECC

It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is just three months away. In the coming weeks, Edgecombe Community College is offering classes and entertainment to help you decorate, prepare great food, and put you in the holiday spirit. A new class that has been very popular is DIY Wooden Pallets Furniture. Students reuse wooden pallets to […]

ECC Announces New Academic Vice President

Dr. Harry A. Starnes, a lifelong educator who has spent the last 16 years in higher education and the last five at Edgecombe Community College, has been named vice president of instruction at ECC. In his new position, Dr. Starnes will oversee all degree, diploma, certificate, and continuing education programs at the college. Through these […]

Shepheard Appointed to ECC Board of Trustees

Betty Jo Shepheard of Tarboro was recently appointed to a four-year term on the Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees. Appointed to the board by Gov. Pat McCrory, Shepheard is the Eastern Representative for U.S. Senator Richard Burr. Shown presiding at the official swearing-in ceremony is Carol White, Edgecombe County Clerk of Court, who delivered […]

Employees Complete Safety Training, Campus Security Strengthened

Spurred by mass shootings in communities across the United States, Edgecombe Community College has broadened its safety training for faculty and staff on both campuses. “We’ve always tried to have core people trained,” says Robert Whistler, coordinator of Emergency Services and Public Safety Training. “But the Wayne Community College incident pushed the issue to the […]

ECC Designated to Teach Health Coach Program

Local residents are learning how to improve their health, thanks to a joint program between Edgecombe Community College and East Carolina University. The two institutions recently signed an agreement that designates ECC as the institution of higher education to offer ECU’s Community Health Coach program. The class has already been taught at ECC this year. […]

KCST Donates Honda for Golf Tournament Hole-in-One Prize

Keihin Carolina System Technology has donated a 2016 Honda Civic EX-T Sedan as a hole-in-one prize for the Edgecombe Community College Foundation’s 31st Annual Golf Tournament at Maccripine Country Club on Thursday, September 15. The tournament is a fundraiser for scholarships. Tee-times are set for 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. To register a team, call […]

Superior Essex Senior Manager Appointed to Board of Trustees

An Edgecombe County native and community leader has been selected to serve on the Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees. In August, the Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners appointed Carl J. Warren of Pinetops to serve as a trustee. “I am honored by this opportunity to serve Edgecombe County and to have the chance to […]

President Leads Statewide Community College Organization

Dr. Deborah Lamm, president of Edgecombe Community College, has begun a one-year post as president of the North Carolina Association of Community College Presidents (NCACCP). Her 2016-2017 term as president began in July. As president, she will plan and conduct monthly, one-day meetings in Raleigh and quarterly, three-day meetings throughout the state; set the Association […]